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MNI DATA SURVEY: Japan Sep Machinery Orders

MNI (Singapore)
     TOKYO (MNI) - The following is the MNI economist survey median forecast for
key Japanese data due in this week.
Date          JST/GMT               Data   Month   Median          Previous
Thu, Nov 8  0850/2350  Machinery  Orders     Sep     -9.9  % m/m        6.8
Core Private-Sector Machinery Orders
                                         Change m/m %
Median Forecast                                  -9.9
High Forecast                                    -8.3
Low Forecast                                    -11.2
Previous Month                                    6.8
Standard Deviation                                0.9
No. of Responses                                   13
                                         Change m/m %
Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting           -8.3
Mizuho Research Institute                        -8.9
BNP Paribas                                      -9.0
Dai-ichi Life Research Institute                 -9.0
Nomura Securities                                -9.0
SMBC Nikko Securities                            -9.0
Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management                 -9.9
Norinchukin Research Institute                  -10.0
Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities                  -10.1
Japan Research Institute                        -10.5
Daiwa Institute of Research                     -10.8
NLI Research Institute                          -10.9
Hamagin Research Institute                      -11.2
--MNI Beijing Bureau; tel: +86 (10) 8532-5998; email:

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